Commercial transactions / REITS
DOCUMENTS CERTIFYING THE VALUE OF ASSETS IN THE BALANCE SHEET
The formation and dissolution of companies, changes in shareholders or mergers are circumstances in which it is necessary to have a report certifying and justifying the market value of a property (fair value) as part of the overall analysis of assets in the balance sheet. The need is clear in the case of listed investment companies in the real estate market (REITs), which must comply with reporting requirements set out for the market and its shareholders.
A commercial valuation, a process regulated by a highly important legal-commercial component, may be requested by the Commercial Register, by the Commercial Courts and, in the case of limited companies, directly by the company.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This service is not specifically for real estate matters and is geared towards companies from any sector.
OWNERS AND SHAREHOLDERS
COMMERCIAL REGISTERS AND COMMERCIAL COURTS
Tinsa often issues commercial valuations in situations such as:
through the addition of new partners who make a non-monetary contribution (an office building, for example).
The imminent opening of legal proceedings requires an estimation of the value of a company facing possible claims.
or the integration of companies requiring a quantification of the contribution of each to determine the value of the new company and shareholder distribution.
COMPANIES AFFECTED BY THE CRISIS
that are evaluating the possibility of dissolving or going into liquidation.